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Question by  jazzy2009 (14)

What is a good organic fertilizer for Bermuda grass?

I would like to use a fertilizer that will not harm my dogs, children or the environment.


Answer by  alcolon (23)

Please consider ground bone meal, found in the garden department of most hardware stores. You can also add a small amount of peat moss to the mixture. By compounding this mixture prior to plantings and watering in, the desired results could be acheived. If your planting is already rooted, consider mixing bonemeal in a solution of water approx. 2/1 ratio.


Answer by  worker5946 (132)

The best organic fertilizer will typically be a compost heap, kitchen left overs such as bio-degradables like your orange peels coffee grounds leftovers from meals or salads to compost.


Answer by  Sockless (528)

Nothing beats the original - cow manure. Depending on the size of your lawn and your cost target, worm castings or composted plant material would also work.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

There is not a specific fertilizer for Bermuda grass but this type of grass does need to be well feed with high nitrogen fertilizer. Try leaving the grass clipping behind as you mow to allow the grass to naturally mulch itself. You may buy organic fertilizers at your local lawn and garden department and use every 6-8 weeks.

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